Thu, Mar 11 | Online

Panel: WGBH presents "What Will Live Music Look Like When It Returns?"

It's been a year since the pandemic shuttered live music. Now, with the coronavirus vaccination rollout underway, many are beginning to dig out and are wondering how different things will be.
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Panel: WGBH presents "What Will Live Music Look Like When It Returns?"

Time & Location

Mar 11, 7:00 PM
Online

About the Event

With venues worldwide shattered by the outbreak — not to mention artists, many of whom make their money through live shows and have been forced to rehearse, perform, record, and release their music remotely — the entire industry has shifted in sudden and seismic ways. Even as people consider a return to some sense of live show normalcy, there are new aspects to consider including the greater economic significance of a live performance, vaccine hesitation, and, undoubtedly, a lingering avoidance of crowds and public spaces.

What will become of live music as we know it?

This panel, moderated by Stacy Buchanan, producer of GBH’s Front Row Boston, includes people from all corners of the music industry that will explore the future of live music and what has been forever changed by this pandemic.

PANELISTS: Catherine T. Morris – Founder, BAMS Fest JJ Gonson – Director, ONCE Somerville Jared Dobson - Talent Buyer, The Bowery Presents Jessica Richards - Independent Artist Management

This virtual event will begin at 7pm Eastern Standard Time.

GBH encourages you to use Zoom Webinar to watch for this event. Zoom is free to the public but you will need to download it to your computer first. You can download Zoom here. If you already have Zoom, you will not need to download the platform again.

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